Friday, May 22, 2020

Show-Me Missouri Doc Pushing Anti-Vaxx Theory Amid Conspiracy Coronavirus

A chiropractor playing virologist via social media is among the many people offering medical advice to the plebs. Checkit:

These Are The Fake Experts Pushing Pseudoscience And Conspiracy Theories About The Coronavirus Pandemic

BuzzFeed News has reporters across five continents bringing you trustworthy stories about the impact of the coronavirus. To help keep this news free, become a member and sign up for our newsletter, Outbreak Today. Many of those who spread hoaxes and pseudoscience about the coronavirus pandemic can be hard to distinguish from medical authorities recognized by their peers as legitimate.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

When i read the headline I thought it was going to be about Fauci and Brix who have been wrong about everything.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet they're experts, you're not. Sorry CHUD, you're completely unqualified to offer anything to this thread. Bye now!

Anonymous said...

^^^Whether they're "experts" or not is irrelevant, they have been wrong about a lot. And you are not qualified by education, experience or temperament to respond to my post.

Extra Crispy Colonel said...

Anyone who isn't on board with the Jewish media narrative of the day is a "fake expert" or "conspiracy theorist". All videos that are anti-vaccine have been purged from facebook and youtube. No one loves to control the narrative like your friendly neighborhood media Jew. Small wonder that no matter how ridiculous the story (German gas chambers with wooden doors, 10,000 bodies cremated in one day using four cremation ovens, World Trade Building # 7 collapsing for "no reason", etc) dissenters will be defamed, demonetized, and dehumanized. Same (((shit))) different day.

Anonymous said...

Fucking slimeball chiropractors... they can fix any disorder under the sun with one visit every week for the rest of your life.